Kids are gonna love it, but older Pokdmon fanatics won't find much to get excited over here. Everything else is great, voice controls are great and it's great if u want 2 laugh at how stoopid pikachu is, it is the best rage game of all time. The game itself is very cute for my 4 year old who loves pikiachu However this game needs both the voice system and a microphone before you can actually play it which are not included with the game. Give them this game and run very fast in the other direction. In this game, the player must earn Pikachu's trust in order for it to follow the player's house and live there as a pet. This game is an instant classic. After a series of goodbyes, Pikachu is left in the forest as the player returns home.
I was able to find a cheap N64 voice piece on Amazon but unable to find a N64 microphone anywhere. If it was humanly possible, would they want a Pikachu of their very own to do their bidding? If Pikachu understands you, he'll respond. Wonder no more with Hey You, Pikachu! You do need the Mic adapter, which the game doesn't come with, but you can use any Mic you have laying around the house. You must also keep Pikachu happy and complete goals in every area you go with Pikachu. You have the ability to teach Pikachu to use certain attacks, which you use to do random tasks, such as using thunderbolt to get an apple down from a tree, or to to zap the heck out of another pokemon just because you feel like being a jerk. As you bon d and converse with your cartoon pal you'll investigate the Ochre Woods, head for the campground, check out Bulbasaur's picnic, and even solve clever puzzles.
You get to meet and play with many of the well-loved Pokemon characters, such as Charmander, Bulbasaur, and Butterfree. Well despite the fact that you may need psychiatric help now you can with Hey You, Pikachu! Just imagine for a second. However, the next day, Pikachu comes back; now living in the forest, but returning to adventure with the player each day. He had no trouble understanding me when I said. Anyone who is a fan of Pokemon will get a few giggles and a good several hours of fun out of this game, while fans of Pikachu will be absolutely addicted from the start. I honestly wouldn't recommend this game for a child as they would just get frustrated. Arcade Spot will bring you the best games without downloading and a fun online gaming experience on the internet.
The For the first time ever, you can actually talk to your favorite Pokemon. It's not a high tech game but it's a classic. Young Poktmon fans will go ballistic for Hey You, Pikachu! It kind of gets annoying when Pikachu doesn't listen though. Then try raising a baby Pokemon and attending on all its needs in Hey You, Pikachu!! In this game, you play as a kid who becomes friends with a wild Pikachu. This one was bought purely for the low price so it is a bit of a disappointment.
Tag along with Pikachu as it goes through its daily routines, taking field trips, going fishing and having picnics, becoming better friends with each passing day. Tag along with Pikachu as it goes through its daily routines, taking field trips, going fishing and having picnics, becoming better friends with each passing day. Through interactions you and Pikachu become friends and roomates. Good for the under-six crowd. If you enjoyed playing this, then you can find similar games in the category.
Do you or someone you know squeal in glee at whatever cute noise or action Pikachu makes? Everything else is great, voice controls are great and it's great This game is great is you want 2 get frustrated at how stoopid pikachu is. Pikachu will hear and react to the words you say. Oh, and when the interface works: which it too The game is pretty fun- if you happen to be a huge pokemon fan under the age of, say, 12. Also, Pikachu will respond to what you have to say. Graphics are about what you'd expect-nothing spectacular, but nothing that looks out of the ordinary for an N64 title. It's a virtual Pikachu, but not the butt-kicking, animal-shocking variety. It is a single game out of a variety of games that you can play on Arcade Spot.
Pikachu's voice recognition technology is about on par with Seaman sans witty rebuttals. First Impressions This game gives you the chance to shout at Pikachu - what more could any sane gamer want? It kind of gets annoying when Pikachu doesn't listen though. The graphics are bland and sloppy, and the interface makes it hard to point at what you want. The more you speak the closer friends you'll be!. Coming with its own microphone attachment and voice recognition software the technical marvel behind the game is quite amazing! And if that bidding included collecting fruits and berries, helping wayward Pokemon or catching fish, would they be able to die happy? This may not be a title to catch everyone's attention but this is the first N64 game to use voice recognition. It's just plain The technology these days is amazing. The player then goes on a series of daily adventures with Pikachu such as fishing, gathering food in a forest for a feast with other wild Pokemon, or just exploring a large field of flowers.
Players will not only be able to watch Pikachu as he romps around a 3D forest, but also communicate with the yellow monster. You are currently playing Hey You, Pikachu! Have you ever wanted to truly play with an on-screen Pikachu? I think pikachu really does listen to you when you insult him. This ultimate advancement in cyberpet technology allows you to help Pikachu fish, cook, search for treasure and many other things. Chart shows the price of Hey You Pikachu at the end of each month going back as long as we have tracked the item. In addition to spending time with him, you'll need to catch plenty of fish to keep him happy.
Historic sales data are completed sales with a buyer and a seller agreeing on a price. I would give this game an 8. Took about a week for delivery. It provided me with endless hours of amusement, being able to tell Pikachu what to do with the microphone which usually led to testing just how well the voice controls actually could understand what I was saying , or watching him wander around and create his own adventure, which was never the same twice. Even when you think he is not. The great thing about the Game Boy Pokemon titles is that they really aren't just for kids.
Great for it's time This is a game that I have played since I was very young. After 1 year 365 days worth of days, Oak again appears, telling the player they must release Pikachu who has come to live in the player's home as he is a wild Pokemon. So many questions--and here's the answer. All games are tested before being put into our inventory. It can be annoying sometimes, especially if you don't speak clearly, loud enough, or something like that. The game allows interaction with Pikachu like never before.